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The Royal Ballet’s Frankenstein by Liam Scarlett

The Royal Ballet’s Frankenstein by Liam Scarlett Today I wanted to highlight this Insight evening from The Royal Opera House ahead of the premiere of Frankenstein on Wednesday 4th May 2016. What I love about this particular footage, apart from the fact that it’s a decent length (over a hour), is the true insight into […]

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The Royal Ballet 2016/17 Season Announced

The Royal Ballet 2016/17 Season Announced Today The Royal Ballet announced their plans for the 2016/17 season (marking 70 years since the Company reopened the Royal Opera House), which will include four world premieres and the return of Leanne Benjamin and Viviana Durante to coach Mayerling and Anastasia respectively. Darcey Bussell will return to coach […]

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Giulia Frosi, Lukas Bjørneboe Brændsrød, photo by Bill Cooper

Ballet News Reviews | The Royal Ballet School Annual Performance 2015

The Royal Ballet School Annual Performance 2015 The Royal Ballet School Royal Opera House Sunday, 12th July 2015 It’s easy to spot the dancers with the technical ability that allows them a certain freedom on stage. Their pointe shoes are silent. When dancers are nervous or uncertain, chances are they’ll keep their pointe shoes a little harder, and with that […]

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The Royal Ballet 2015/16 Season

The Royal Ballet 2015/16 Season Four World Premieres headline The Royal Ballet’s 2015/16 season announcement. They are : a new production of Carmen by Carlos Acosta (though this is a one act ballet programmed alongside Liam Scarlett’s Viscera, Jerome Robbin’s Afternoon of a Faun and George Balanchine’s Tchaikovsky pas de deux), Liam Scarlett’s first full […]

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Tamara Rojo & Akram Khan  Photograph : Cheryl Angear

English National Ballet announces 2014 season

English National Ballet announces 2014 season This morning, amid the plush surroundings of the Penthouse Suite at The Dorchester Hotel in London, English National Ballet’s Artistic Director Tamara Rojo laid out her plans for 2014, which are a continuation of her clear vision for the company. Akram Khan was on hand today because, despite his […]

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